• Services of Chemical Adviser
  • Preparation of documentation for obtain all necessary permits  including following services:
    1. The suitable site selection – obtaining Information on a location which includes data on possibilities and limitations of building on the land registry lot, based on the planning document;
    2. Obtaining of Location Permit;
    3. Preparing and creating a list of documentation and projects to be submitted to the authorities;
    4. Consultations on obtaining necessary requirements and approvals of competent authorities (addressing authorities on the behalf of investor, with the written consent, and communication with relevant institutions): requirements for connection to the water supply and sewage system, consent to the location and power requirements for connection to the electricity grid, requirements of Institute for nature conservation of Serbia  and etc.;
    5. Obtaining of Water Permit;
    6. Obtaining of Use Permit;


EIA- Environmental impact assessment:

EIA means a preventive measure of environmental protection, based on the elaboration of a Study, public consultation and participation and analyses of alternative measures, with the aim of collecting data, of foreseeing the harmful effects of certain projects on the environment and human health, and of determining and proposing measures in order to prevent, reduce or eliminate such harmful effects, having in mind the feasibility of these projects ;

The subjects of the impact assessment are planned projects and projects being implemented, changes in technology, reconstruction, the extension of capacity, the termination of operations, and the removal of projects that may have significant impact on the environment. The subjects of the impact assessment are also the projects that have been realized without the elaboration of the EIA Study and which do not have a construction or utilization permit.

”A developer may not commence the project implementation without having previously completed the impact assessment procedure and obtained the approval of the EIA Study from the competent authority.” (Article 5, Environmental Protection Law, Official Gazette RS, No. 135/04, 36/09, 36/09 – other law, 72/09 – other law, 43/11 (CC), 14/16, 76/18, 95/18 – other law)

Waste menagement plans:

Waste Management is implementation of the prescribed measures in waste collection, transportation, storage, re-using and disposal of waste, including monitoring of these activities and taking care of disposal sites after closing.

Waste generator is obliged to: develop a waste management plan and organize its implementation, if it produces more than 100 tons of non hayardous waste or more than 200 kilograms of hazardous waste (Article 26 of the Law on Waste Management, Official Gazette of RS, no. 36/09, 88/10, 14/16 and 95/18 – other law).

There are following waste management plans:

-Local solid waste management plans for municipalities and regions

-Waste management plans for IPPC installations

-Waste management plan for facilities which apply for the integrated permit

- Waste management plans for companies.

Preparation of documentation for obtaining the permit for waste management

“For all facilities that deal in waste management and need to obtain the integrated permit or permit for waste management, the preparation of working waste management plan implies (Article 16 of the Law on Waste Management, Official. Gazette of RS, no. 36/09, 88/10, 14/16 and 95/18 – other law).

Operators in storage facilities, treatment and waste management need to submit an application and the required documentation to the relevant authority so that they could be issued a permit. Waste storage and/or transport permit will be issued to a person licensed for waste storage or transport, as defined in regulations dealing with waste transportation in public transport system, or a local transporter in accordance with regulations dealing with international public transport.

Integrated Pollution, Prevention and Control, IPPC :

The purpose of IPPC is to achieve integrated prevention and control of pollution. It lays down measures designed to prevent or, where that is not practicable, to reduce emissions in the air, water and land, including measures concerning waste, in order to achieve a high level of protection of the environment taken as a whole.

The IPPC permit is permit issued by competent authority, containing conditions guaranteeing that the installation complies with the requirements of the Law on Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (“Off.Gaz. of RS”, No. 135/04 and 25/15).

The IPPC permit is issued to: the work of new IPPC facilities (from the entry into force of IPPC legislation no new facility cannot begin work without the integrated permit), work and essential changes in the work - existing facilities are required to obtain an integrated permit by 2020. in accordance with the deadlines established by the Regulation on determining the dynamics of applying for the issuance of the integrated permits (“Off. Gazette of RS, No. 108/2008 and 25/2015). Permission, exceptionally, may apply also to the termination of activities.

Major-Accident Prevention Policy, Safety Report, Emergency Plans (for Seveso Operators):

Seveso plant operator (operator of facility where activities which include one or more hazardous substances, in equal or greater amounts than prescribed are performed) is obliged, depending on the amount of hazardous substances, to provide Notice and to prepare Major/Accident Prevention Policy or Safety Report and Emergency Plan for protection from accidents, and to take measures to prevent chemical accidents and limiting the impact of those accident on life and human health and the environment.

Abstract from the Law on Environmental Protection (“Off.Gazette of RS, no. 135/04, 36/09, 36/09 – other law, 72/09 – other law, 43/11 (CC), 14/16, 76/18 and 95/18 – other law)

Preparation of Plan of Protection from Accidents

Companies and other legal persons performing the activities in which one or more  hazardous substances are present or may be present in allowed quantities, and that manage  special high risk facilities with potential disaster and terrorist risk for human lives and health  shall take all the necessary precautions to prevent accidents and restrict the effects thereof  on the life and health of the population and environment, in accordance with  article 64. of Law on Disaster Risk Reduction and Management of Emergency Situations („Official gazette of RS“ No. 87/18)

Companies and other legal persons referred to in Art.64 hereof, taking into  account their business activity, the type and quantity of hazardous substances and facilities  used, shall develop a Plan of Protection from Accidents and submit it to the Ministry of Interiorand in  accordance thereto undertake measures to prevent accidents and limit effects of the accident  to lives and health of persons, material goods and environment.

LEAP – Local Environmental Action Plans:

Local Environmental Action Plans are basic strategic planning documents for development and improvement of environmental performance of municipalities. LEAP require identification of main environmental problems and setting clear set of goals and actions for better environmental performance and resolving identified problems.

Environmental Protection, Energy Efficiency, Rural Development and Environmental Economics theme parts within the Strategy for Local Sustainable Development with Action Plans

Strategy for Local Sustainable Development is the most important long-term strategic development document of every single local community, municipality or city.

The purpose of pushing forward the Strategy for Local Sustainable Development for the period 2014-2020 for municipalities in Serbia should be the harmonization of targeted developmental priorities with all relevant major strategic documents of the EU, led by the Europe 2020 Strategy, and with Republic of Serbia National Strategy for Development till 2020, in order to enhance local communities for applying for new European pre-accession funds and flagship programs, including domestic funds as well, in the future.

Adoption of Local Sustainable Development Strategy for the period 2014-2020, with necessary action plans, stands as one of the bidding conditions for achieving European standards of community sectoral approach to planning and increasing the absorptive capacity of municipalities for development instruments and resources implementation (according to EU Community Strategic Guidelines).

One of the largest springs of regional development financial support are the pre-accession EU funds and international community development assistance, and other development and joint-cooperation EU programs.

The new EU budgetary period 2014-2020 brings more significant funds for local communities’ project proposals in environmental protection, energy efficiency, rural development and employment in the environmental and related sectors.

Programmes and projects financed from these funds are to be implemented in accordance with the provisions of the Law on Ratification of the Framework Agreement between the Government of Republic of Serbia and the Commission of European Communities on the rules for cooperation concerning the financial assistance of the European Union to Republic of Serbia in the implementation of assistance under the rules of the Instrument for Pre-assistance (Official Gazette of RS, No. 124/07), as well as further adopted legal acts based on such agreement (Regional Development Act, Official Gazette of RS, no. 51/2009 , 30/2010 and 89/15 – other law, Articles 48 and 49).

Strategic planning documents (strategies, plans, programs) form the basis for the municipalities’ resources good management concept realization and one of the main mechanisms for the local and regional development policies implementation.

The local government (municipality or city) set development programs and ensure the protection of the environment, adopt programs of natural resources protection and usage, local action and recovery plans, in line with the strategic documents and special interests and characteristics, and determine special compensation for environment protection and improvement (Law on Local Self-Government, Official Gazette of RS, no. 129/2007, 83/14 – other law, 101/16 – other law and 47/18; Article 20, Item 1 and 11, in accordance with the European Charter of Local Self-Government).

A pace of delivering a strategy involves the development of action plans for priority areas identified in accordance with the pre-accession funds that open in 2014. Setting of proper action plans should make local government more competitive in the process of approaching to European standards and provoke better trained staff to use IPA (Intruments for Pre-Accession) components.

The first Action Plan is initially determined for time frame 2014-2017, and is a matrix of trajectory priorities project proposals with the activities, deadlines and budgets.

The EU budget 2014-2020, which is strategically used to support the priority areas of the Europe 2020 Strategy, boost socio-economic elements of environment protection, energy efficiency, rural development and the green economy issues.

Work on the thematic sections of the local strategy for sustainable development is a complex process of adaptation defined European goals to a local community specificity, recognizing and understanding the appropriate trends and changes, and ultimately harmonize strategic planning documents of all instances (local governments, provinces, republics, regions – eg. Danube Strategy, EU) for the sake of fulfilling mandatory formal requirements for applying for European pre-accession local initiatives programs funds.

Strategy for local development provides a framework for further budgetary action of any municipality, among other things, due to the amendments to the law relating local governments budgets that will require local governments to perform project budgeting predominantly.

Beneficiaries are obliged to spend EU funds to PRAG procedure accordingly (PRAG stands for Practical Guide to External Aid Contract Proceures. It is the European Commission’s guide on procurement and contracting procedures and rules which apply to EC external aid contracts. It is also applicable to the projects financed from the pre-accession funds instead of the public procurement rules of the beneficiary country).

The principle of sustainable development in the integrated management of environmental components is identified in the set of legal acts of Republic of Serbia (eg. the Law on Environmental Protection, Article 9).

One of the main policy tools for efficient use of energy is the Program and Plan for Energy Efficiency, which is passed by local government units (Law on Efficient Use of Energy, Official Gazette of RS, no. 25/2013, Article 6).

EU rural development is based on the LEADER approach (LEADER stands for Links Between Actions for Development of the Rural Economy) and the functioning of LAGs (Local Action Groups). LEADER was designed to help rural people, groups, enterprises and municipalities in the implementation of integrated, high-quality and original strategies for sustainable development. Rural development is one of the key EU-level 2020 launched priorities.


ISO 9001:2015 (QMS-Quality Management System)

This standard is international, widely recognized as basic management standard applicable for all kinds of organizations (regardless  of their size or activities). ISO 9001 standard is based on eight management principles of good business practice of the most successful companies.

In practice, ISO 9001 is commonly used as basic management standard, compatible with other, specific management standards such are: ISO 14001, BS OHSAS 18001, HACCP etc.

ISO 14001:2015 (EMS – Environmental Management System)

This standard is especially interesting for the organizations which are significant polluters.

It is fully compatible with ISO 9001 and very often, implemented together with ISO 9001 as Integrated Management System.

The ISO 14001 is an international standard for the control of environmental aspects and the improvement of environmental performance. Minimizing harmful effects on the environment and achieving continual improvement in environmental performance. 

EMAS (Eco Management and Audit Scheme)

The Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) is a voluntary program  for environment protection management  which enables companies to verify their environment protection system in accordance with the relevant regulation of the European Parliament  and Council. Our legal regulations partly define EMAS in Law on envirnment protection (Official gazette of RS 135/04, 36/09).

EMAS includes all ISO 14001:2015 requirements, as well as some additional requirements, which makes it a more strict standard.

BS OHSAS 18001:2007 (Occupational Health and Safety Management System)

OHSAS 18001 is a standard for occupational health and safety management system. It is intended to help organizations to control occupational health and safety risks. It is fully compatible with ISO 9001 and very similar in the structure to ISO 14001.

HACCP/Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point
ISO 22000:2005/Food Safety Management Standard

HACCP is Food Safety methodology that relies on the identification of Critical Control Points (CCP’s) in food production and preparation processes. The CCPs are the closely monitored in order to ensure that food is safe for consumption. HACCP is based on seven principles. In 2005, the new standard: ISO 22000 was introduced as international standard for food safety management system.

Za Vas izrađujemo:

  1. Za obavljanje delatnosti prometa naročito opasnih hemikalija distributeru koji nije uvoznik, proizvođač odnosno dalji korisnik
  2. Za korišćenje naročito opasnih hemikalija fizičkom licu
  1. Pomoć investitorima prilikom odabira lokacije – pribavljanje Informacije o lokaciji koja sadrži podatke o mogućnostima ograničenjima gradnje na katastarskoj parceli, na osnovu planskog dokumenta;
  2. Ishodovanje Lokacijske dozvole;
  3. Izradu liste dokumentacije i projekata kojeje potrebno dostaviti nadležnim organima;
  4. Konsultantske usluge na pripremi i izradi zahteva za ishodovanje uslova i rešenja nadležnih organa i organizacija (komunikacija sa nadležnim organima i zastupanje investitora pred istim): uslove Zavoda za zaštitu prirode, uslove za priključenje na elektro mrežu, uslove za dobijanje vodne dozvole i sl.;
  5. Ishodovanje vodne dozvole;
  6. Ishodovanje Upotrebne dozvole i sl.


Procena uticaja na životnu sredinu

Procena uticaja projekta na životnu sredinu jeste preventivna mera zaštite životne sredine zasnovana na: izradi studije, sprovođenju konsultacija uz učešće javnosti, analizi alternativnih rešenja, utvrđivanju i predlaganju mera kojima se štetni uticaji mogu sprečiti, smanjiti ili otkloniti.
Predmet procene uticaja su projekti koji se planiraju i izvode, promene tehnologije, rekonstrukcije, proširenje kapaciteta, prestanak rada i uklanjanje projekata koji mogu imati značajan uticaj na životnu sredinu. “Nosilac projekta ne može pristupiti izvođenju projekta bez sprovedenog postupka procene uticaja i saglasnosti nadležnog organa na studiju o proceni uticaja.” (Član 5. Zakona o proceni uticaja na životnu sredinu, “Sl. glasnik RS”, br. 135/04, 36/09)
Pored ovih, predmet procene uticaja su i projekti koji su realizovani bez izrade studije o proceni uticaja, a nemaju odobrenje za izgradnju ili upotrebu za koje se radi Studija o proceni uticaja zatečenog stanja na životnu sredinu.

Planovi upravljanja otpadom

Upravljanje otpadom je sprovođenje propisanih mera postupanja sa otpadom u okviru sakupljanja, transporta, skladištenja, ponovnog iskorišćenja i odlaganja otpada, uključujući i nadzor nad tim aktivnostima i brigu o odlagalištima posle zatvaranja.

Proizvođač otpada dužan je da:

sačini plan upravljanja otpadom i organizuje njegovo sprovođenje, ako godišnje proizvodi više od 100 tona neopasnog otpada ili više od 200 kilograma opasnog otpada (član 26 Zakona o upravljanju otpadom”Sl. glasnik RS”, br. 36/09 , 88/10). Na osnovu istog zakona propisana je obaveza izrade:

      • Planovi upravljanja otpadom za lokalne samouprave i regione

      • Planovi upravljanja otpadom za postrojenja za koja se izdaje integrisana dozvola

Izrada dokumentacije za dobijanje dozvole za upravljanje otpadom

„Za sva postrojenja čija je delatnost upravljanje otpadom i za koja se izdaje integralna dozvola ili dozvola za upravljanje otpadom, priprema se i donosi radni plan postrojenja za upravljanje otpadom.“ (član 16 Zakona o upravljanju otpadom”Sl. glasnik RS”, br. 36/09, 88/10 ).

Operateri postrojenja za skladištenje, tretman i odlaganje otpada podnose nadležnom organu uz zahtev i propisanu dokumentaciju za izdavanje dozvole. Dozvola za sakupljanje i/ili transport otpada izdaje se licu registrovanom za obavljanje delatnosti sakupljanja, odnosno licu koje ima svojstvo prevoznika u skladu sa zakonima kojima se uređuje prevoz u javnom saobraćaju, odnosno domaćem prevozniku, u skladu sa zakonima kojima se uređuje međunarodni javni prevoz.

Integrisana dozvola – Integrisana kontrola i sprečavanje zagađenja (IPPC)

Predstavlja integrisan pristup kontroli zagađivanja koji podrazumeva svođenje na minimum potrošnju sirovina i energije, sprečavanje ili smanjenje emisija u vazduh, vodu i zemljište, upravljanje otpadom i uzimanje u obzir prekograničnog konteksta.

Integrisana dozvola je odluka nadležnog organa doneta u formi rešenja kojom se odobrava puštanje u rad postrojenja ili njegovog dela, odnosno obavljanje aktivnosti čiji sastavni deo čini dokumentacija sa utvrđenim uslovima kojima se garantuje da takvo postrojenje ili aktivnost odgovaraju zahtevima predviđenim Zakonom o integrisanom sprečavanju i kontroli zagađivanja životne sredine (“Sl. glasnik RS”, br.135/04)

Integrisana dozvola se izdaje za: rad novih postrojenja (od stupanja na snagu IPPC zakona nijedno novo IPPC postrojenje ne može započeti rad bez integrisane dozvole), rad i bitne izmene u radu – postojeća postrojenja su u obavezi da pribave  integrisanu dozvolu do 2015. godine u skladu sa rokovima utvrđenim Uredbom o utvrđivanju programa dinamike podnošenja zahteva za izdavanje integrisane dozvole (“Sl. glasnik RS”, br. 108 / 2008). Dozvola se, izuzetno, može odnositi i na prestanak aktivnosti.

- Seveso postrojenja-

Izrada Politike prevencije udesa, Izveštaja o bezbednosti i Plana zaštite od udesa

Operater Seveso postrojenja, odnosno kompleksa u kome se obavljaju aktivnosti u kojima je prisutna ili može biti prisutna jedna ili više opasnih materija, u jednakim ili većim količinama od propisanih, dužan je da dostavi Obaveštenje, odnosno izradi Politiku prevencije udesa ili Izveštaj o bezbednosti i Plan zaštite od udesa, u zavisnosti od količina opasnih materija kojima vrši te aktivnosti i da preduzme mere za sprečavanje hemijskog udesa i ograničavanja uticaja tog udesa na život i zdravlje ljudi i životnu sredinu, utvrđene u tim dokumentima (Zakon o zaštiti životne sredine (“Sl. glasnik RS”, br. 135/04, 36/09))

Izrada Plana zaštite od udesa

Privredno društvo i drugo pravno lice koje obavlja aktivnosti u kojima je prisutna ili može biti prisutna  jedna ili više opasnih materija u propisanim količinama, koje upravlja objektima specifične delatnosti sa aspekta povišenog rizika po život i zdravlje ljudi od nesreća i terorističkih aktivnosti, dužno je da preduzme sve neophodne mere za sprečavanje udesa i ograničavanja uticaja tog udesa, na život i zdravlje ljudi i životnu sredinu, u skladu sa članom 72. Zakona o vanrednim situacijama (“Sl. glasnik RS”, br. 111/2009, 92/2011 i 93/2012) .

Privredno društvo i drugo pravno lice iz člana 72. napred pomenutog zakona dužno je, uzimajući u obzir delatnost kojom se bavi, vrstu i količinu opasnih materija i objekte koje koristi, da sačini i Ministarstvu unutrašnjih poslova dostavi  Plan zaštite od udesa i da, u skladu sa tim dokumentom, preduzme mere za sprečavanje udesa i ograničavanje uticaja udesa na život i zdravlje ljudi, materijalna dobra i životnu sredinu.

Plan zaštite od udesa izrađuje se u skladu sa Pravilnikom o načinu izrade i sadržaju plana zaštite od udesa (“Sl. glasnik RS”, br. 82/2012)  i Metodologijom za izradu plana zaštite od udesa, koja čini sastavni deo ovog pravilnika.

Lokalni ekološki akcioni plan – LEAP

LEAP je osnovni strateško-planski dokument za razvoj i unapređenje životne sredine jedne opštine. On zahteva precizno definisanje najvažnijih problema u oblasti zaštite životne sredine  i daje jasan plan akcija za njihovo rešavanje.


ISO 9001:2008

Sistem menadžmenta kvalitetom

Predstavlja  osnovni upravljački standard koji je primenljiv u svim tipovima organizacija, bez obzira kojom delatnošću se bave (uslužne delatnosti, proizvodnja, trgovina, …) i koje su veličine. Standard je zasnovan na osam menadžment principa koji su osnova za uspešno poslovanje i upravo je i nastao kao rezultat “Dobre menadžment prakse” najuspešnijih kompanija.

Praksa je pokazala da je ISO 9001 najbolje uvesti kao prvi, tj. kao osnovni menadžment sistem, na koji se relativno lako nadograđuju ostali sistemi (ISO 14001, BS OHSAS 18001, HACCP i dr.).

ISO 14001:2004

Sistem upravljanja zaštitom životne sredine

ISO 14001 obično uvode proizvodna privredna društva koja predstavljaju zagađivače životne sredine, mada se danas sve više za ovaj standard odlučuju i ostali tipovi organizacija.

Standard ISO 14001 omogućava preduzećima da demonstriraju odlučnost za smanjenje zagađenja i odgovarajuću politiku zaštite životne sredine, uvođenjem konzistentnog i dokumentovanog sistema upravljanja zaštitom životne sredine.

BS OHSAS 18001:2007

Sistem upravljanja zaštitom zdravlja i bezbednošću na radu

Ovaj standard se odnosi na bezbednost i zdravlje na radu tj. na upravljanje u kompaniji na takav način da se obezbedi što efektivnije upravljanje zaštitom zdravlja i bezbednosti  na radu. On se takođe veoma uspešno integriše sa ISO 9001. Po svojoj strukturi je gotovo indentičan sa ISO 14001 pa je dobro ovaj standard uvoditi zajedno sa ISO 14001.

HACCP i ISO 22000

Sistem upravljanja bezbednošću  hrane

HACCP – Hazard Analisys and Critical Control Point (u prevodu Analiza opasnosti i kritične kontrolne tačke) predstavlja kontrolni alat koji se primenjuje u cilju  proizvodnje zdrave i bezbedne hrane.

U 2005. godini je usvojen i ISO 22000:2005 - standard za uspostavljanje sistema upravljanja bezbednošću hrane.